Noun(1) neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men(2) a social or business relationship(3) equality of score in a contest(4) a horizontal beam used to prevent two other structural members from spreading apart or separating(5) a fastener that serves to join or connect(6) the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided(7) (music(8) one of the cross braces that support the rails on a railway track(9) a cord (or string or ribbon or wire etc.
Verb(1) fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord(2) finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.(3) limit or restrict to(4) connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces(5) form a knot or bow in(6) create social or emotional ties(7) perform a marriage ceremony(8) make by tying pieces together(9) unite musical notes by a tie
(1) How about reaching up your back from behind as if you wanted to fasten some buttons or tie an apron on?(2) his hand went up to his collar and started to loosen his tie(3) Made from soft cotton, it features a shawl collar, sash tie with belt loops and side pouch pockets.(4) Orion whipped out a slender stick mechanism from the tie of his robe and summoned the paper with a mere flick of it.(5) he tightened the tie of his robe(6) At the close of the match, which resulted in a tie , Mr Price, the secretary of the Chiswick club, expressed the enjoyment their team had felt in coming to the shoot.(7) there was a tie for first place(8) I dragged my hair up into a ponytail, not troubling to smooth it through with a brush or comb, and fastened it with a tie .(9) In the event of a tie for highest score, further hands are played with all four players taking part, until there is a single winner.(10) Then tie a piece of string around one end of the roll and knot firmly.(11) I of course immediately asked him how many knots he could tie .(12) Once we did that we were the better team by miles for the next 90 minutes of the tie but they had scored early and that killed us.(13) He eventually was declared the third out on a force play completed by Johnny Evers to end the game in a tie .(14) Wrap the wide end around and bring it up over and through the loop, between the collar and the tie .(15) He tugged at the collar of his shirt, loosening his tie .(16) He was an artist with the language, a craftsman who could tie paragraphs together the way sailors tie a slip knot.